MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
			MSDS NUMBER: 401638MT - 0

			24 Hour Emergency Assistance: CHEMTEL  
			MSDS Assistance Number:  (877) 276-7285
			

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SECTION 1	PRODUCT AND COMPANY  IDENTIFICATION

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PRODUCT:  TX Conventional Gasoline with EtOH


PRODUCT CODE(S):    00376, 00379, 00385, 00386, 00387, 00388, 00458, 00479, 
00485, 00486, 00488, 00495, 00498, 00504, 00531, 00545, 03783, 03784, 03785, 
03787, 03788, 03789, 26766
MANUFACTURER ADDRESS:Motiva Enterprises LLC, P.O. Box 4540, Houston, TX.  
77210-4540


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SECTION 2	PRODUCT/INGREDIENTS

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CAS#        CONCENTRATION           INGREDIENTS    
Mixture     100 %volume             Gasoline 
Mixture     0 - 49.99 %volume       Miscellaneous Hydrocarbons 
1330-20-7   0 - 24.99 %volume       Xylene, mixed isomers 
108-88-3    0 - 24.99 %volume       Toluene 
64-17-5     5 - 9.99 %volume        Ethanol 
95-63-6     0 - 4.99 %volume        1,2,4-Trimethyl Benzene (Pseudocumene) 
71-43-2     0 - 3.99 %volume        Benzene 
100-41-4    0 - 4.49 %volume        Ethyl Benzene 
110-54-3    0 - 2.99 %volume        Hexane 
110-82-7    0 - 0.99 %volume        Cyclohexane 
100-42-5    0 - 0.99 %volume        Styrene 
91-20-3     0 - 0.99 %volume        Naphthalene 


NOTE:  Content of Gasoline components will vary; Individual components may be 
present from trace amounts up to the maximum shown.

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SECTION 3	HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION 

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EMERGENCY OVERVIEW
Appearance & Odor: Bronze color, clear & bright liquid. Hydrocarbon odor.
Health Hazards: Toxic and harmful if inhaled.  May be harmful or fatal if 
swallowed. Do not induce vomiting. May cause aspiration pneumonitis.  May 
cause CNS depression.
Physical Hazards: Material is extremely flammable and heavier than air.  
Vapors may travel across the ground and reach remote ignition sources causing 
a flashback fire danger.
NFPA Rating (Health, Fire, Reactivity): 1, 3, 0
Hazard Rating:Least - 0     Slight - 1     Moderate - 2     High - 3    
Extreme - 4

Inhalation:
Toxic and harmful if inhaled.  May cause irritation to the nose, throat and  
respiratory tract.  Breathing of high vapor concentrations may cause CNS 
depression, evidenced by  dizziness, light-headedness, headache, nausea, 
drowsiness,  and loss of coordination.  Continued inhalation may result in 
unconsciousness.

Eye Irritation:
May be irritating to the eyes causing a burning sensation, redness, swelling 
and/or blurred vision.

Skin Contact:
May be irritating to the skin causing a burning sensation, redness and/or 
swelling.  Prolonged or repeated skin contact can cause defatting and drying 
of the skin which may result in a burning sensation and a dried, cracked 
appearance.

Ingestion:
This material may be harmful or fatal if swallowed.  Ingestion may result in 
vomiting; aspiration (breathing) of vomitus into lungs must be avoided as even 
small quantities may result in aspiration pneumonitis.  Generally considered 
to have a low order of acute oral toxicity.
Other Health Effects:
Carcinogenic in animal tests.  Gasoline has been tested by API in a long-term 
inhalation test in mice and rats.   There was an increased incidence of liver 
cancer in female mice.  Male rats had a dose related increase in kidney 
tumors.  This effect was due to formation of alpha-2u-globulin in the rats.  
This material is not formed in humans and is therefore not considered 
relevant.  It is probable that the material causes cancer in laboratory 
animals.   Material may adversely effect male reproductive performance based 
on testing in laboratory animals.

Refer to Section 11, Toxicological Information, for specific information on 
the following effects:
Developmental Toxicity, Genotoxicity, Immunotoxicity, Reproductive Toxicity

Primary Target Organs:
The following organs and/or organ systems may be damaged by overexposure to 
this material and/or its components: 
Cardiovascular System, Blood/Blood Forming Organs, Kidney, Liver
Signs and Symptoms:
Irritation as noted above.  Aspiration pneumonitis may be evidenced by 
coughing, labored breathing and cyanosis (bluish skin); in severe cases death 
may occur.  Damage to blood-forming organs may be evidenced by:  a) easy 
fatigability and pallor (RBC effect), b) decreased resistance to infection 
(WBC effect), c) excessive bruising and bleeding (platelet effect).  Kidney 
damage may be indicated by changes in urine output or appearance, pain upon 
urination or in the lower back or general edema (swelling from fluid 
retention).  Liver damage may be indicated by loss of appetite, jaundice 
(yellowish skin and eye color), fatigue and sometimes pain and swelling in the 
upper right abdomen.

For additional health information, refer to section 11.


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SECTION 4	FIRST AID MEASURES

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Inhalation:
Move victim to fresh air and provide oxygen if breathing is difficult.  Get 
medical attention.  If the victim has difficulty breathing or tightness of the 
chest, is dizzy, vomiting or unresponsive, give 100% oxygen with rescue 
breathing or CPR as required and transport to the nearest medical facility.

Skin:
Remove contaminated clothing.  Flush with large amounts of water for at least 
15 minutes and follow by washing with soap if available.  If redness, 
swelling, pain and/or blisters occur, transport to the nearest medical 
facility for additional treatment.

Eye:
Flush eyes with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes.  If redness, 
burning, blurred vision or swelling persist, transport to nearest medical 
facility for additional treatment.

Ingestion:
DO NOT take internally.    Do NOT induce vomiting.  If vomiting occurs 
spontaneously, keep head below hips to prevent aspiration of liquid into 
lungs.  Get medical attention.  In general no treatment is necessary unless 
large quantities are swallowed, however, get medical advice.  Have victim 
rinse mouth out with water, then drink sips of water to remove taste from 
mouth.  If vomiting occurs spontaneously, keep head below hips to prevent 
aspiration.

Note to Physician:
If more than 2.0ml/kg body weight has been ingested and vomiting has not 
occurred, emesis should be induced with supervision.  Keep victim's head below 
hips to prevent aspiration.  If symptoms such as loss of gag reflex, 
convulsions, or unconsciousness occur before emesis, gastric lavage using a 
cuffed endotracheal tube should be considered.


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SECTION 5	FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

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Flash Point [Method]:     -40 F/-40 C [ Tagliabue Closed Cup]
Flammability in Air:     1.3 - 7.6 %volume

Extinguishing Media:
Use water fog, foam, dry chemical or carbon dioxide (CO2) to extinguish 
flames.  Do not use a direct stream of water.    Material will float and can 
be re-ignited on surface of water.

Fire Fighting Instructions:
DANGER! EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE.  Clear fire area of all non-emergency personnel.  
Only enter confined fire space with full bunker gear, including a positive 
pressure, NIOSH-approved, self-contained breathing apparatus.  Cool 
surrounding equipment, fire-exposed containers and structures with water.  
Container areas exposed to direct flame contact should be cooled with large 
quantities of water (500 gallons water per minute flame impingement exposure) 
to prevent weakening of container structure.

Unusual Fire Hazards:
Vapors are heavier than air accumulating in low areas and traveling along the 
ground away from the handling site.  Do not weld, heat or drill on or near 
container.  However , if emergency situations require drilling, only trained 
emergency personnel should drill.


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SECTION 6	ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

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Protective Measures:
DANGER!  EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE!  Eliminate potential sources of ignition.  
Handling equipment must be bonded and grounded to prevent sparking.

Spill Management:
Dike and contain spill.

FOR LARGE SPILLS: Remove with vacuum truck or pump to storage/salvage vessels.

FOR SMALL SPILLS:  Soak up residue with an absorbent such as clay, sand or 
other suitable material.  Place in non-leaking container and seal tightly for 
proper disposal.

Reporting:
U.S. regulations require reporting releases of this material to the 
environment which exceed the reportable quantity to the National Response 
Center at (800)424-8802.
CWA: This product is an oil as defined under Section 311 of EPA's Clean Water 
Act (CWA). Spills into or leading to surface waters that cause a sheen must be 
reported to the National Response Center, 1-800-424-8802.


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SECTION 7	HANDLING AND STORAGE

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Precautionary Measures:
Avoid heat, open flames, including pilot lights, and strong oxidizing agents.  
Use explosion-proof ventilation to prevent vapor accumulation.  Ground all 
handling equipment to prevent sparking.  Do not siphon gasoline by mouth; 
harmful or fatal if swallowed.  Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing.  
Wash thoroughly after handling.

For use as a motor fuel only.  Do not use as a cleaning solvent or for other 
non-motor fuel uses.

Handling:
Surfaces that are sufficiently hot may ignite liquid material.  Material is 
extremely flammable and heavier than air.  Vapors may travel across the ground 
and reach remote ignition sources causing a flashback fire danger.

Keep containers closed when not in use.  WARNING!  The flow of gasoline 
through the pump nozzle can produce static electricity,  which may cause a 
fire if gasoline is pumped into an ungrounded container.  To avoid static 
buildup, place approved container on the ground. Do not fill container in 
vehicle or truck bed. Keep nozzle in contact with container while filling.  Do 
not use automatic pump handle (latch-open) device.  Keep all storage vessels 
closed.  Material will ignite when exposed to air.  Air trapped within the 
storage container may be removed by placing dry ice in the container prior to 
closing.  Turn off all battery operated portable electronic devices (examples 
include:  cellular phones, pagers and CD players) before operating gasoline 
pump.  Use only with adequate ventilation.

Storage:
Store in a cool, dry place with adequate ventilation.  Keep away from open 
flames and high temperatures.

Keep liquid and vapor away from heat, sparks and flame.  Extinguish pilot 
lights, cigarettes and turn off other sources of ignition prior to use and 
until all vapors have dissipated. Use explosion-proof ventilation indoors and 
in laboratory settings.  

Container Warnings:
Keep containers closed when not in use.  Containers, even those that have been 
emptied, can contain explosive vapors.  Do not cut, drill, grind, weld or 
perform similar operations on or near containers.


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SECTION 8	EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

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Benzene   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 0.5 ppmv  STEL: 2.5 ppmv    Notation: Skin
Benzene   OSHA PEL  TWA: 1 ppmv  STEL: 5 ppmv    
Cyclohexane   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 300 ppmv      
Cyclohexane   OSHA PEL  TWA: 300 ppmv      
Ethanol   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 1000 ppmv      
Ethyl Alcohol   OSHA PEL  TWA: 1000 ppmv      
Ethyl Benzene   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 100 ppmv  STEL: 125 ppmv    
Ethyl Benzene   OSHA PEL  TWA: 100 ppmv      
Ethyl Benzene   OSHA PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 100 ppmv  STEL: 125 ppmv    
Gasoline   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 300 ppmv  STEL: 500 ppmv    
Gasoline   OSHA PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 300 ppmv  STEL: 500 ppmv    
N-Hexane   OSHA PEL  TWA: 50 ppmv      
N-Hexane   OSHA PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 50 ppmv      
Naphthalene   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 10 ppmm  STEL: 15 ppmm    
Naphthalene   OSHA PEL  TWA: 10 ppmv      
Naphthalene   OSHA PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 10 ppmv  STEL: 15 ppmv    
Styrene   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 20 ppmv  STEL: 40 ppmv    
Styrene   OSHA PEL  TWA: 100 ppmv    Ceiling: 200 ppmv  
Styrene   OSHA PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 50 ppmv  STEL: 100 ppmv    
Toluene   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 50 ppmv      Notation: Skin
Toluene   OSHA PEL  TWA: 200 ppmv    Ceiling: 300 ppmv  
Toluene   OSHA PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 100 ppmv  STEL: 150 ppmv    
Toluene   SHELL INTERNAL  TWA: 50 ppmv      
Trimethyl Benzene   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 25 ppmv      
Trimethyl Benzene   OSHA PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 25 ppmv      
Trimethyl Benzene   SHELL PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 25 ppmv      
xylene (o-, m-, p- isomers)   OSHA PEL  TWA: 100 ppmv      
xylene (o-, m-, p- isomers)   OSHA PEL - 1989(revoked)  TWA: 100 ppmv  STEL: 
150 ppmv    
Xylene (o-, m-, p-isomers)   ACGIH TLV  TWA: 100 ppmv  STEL: 150 ppmv    
EXPOSURE CONTROLS
Adequate explosion-proof ventilation indoors and in laboratory settings to 
control airborne concentrations below the exposure guidelines/limits.

PERSONAL PROTECTION
Personal protective equipment (PPE) selections vary based on potential 
exposure conditions such as handling practices, concentration and ventilation. 
 Information on the selection of eye, skin and respiratory protection for use 
with this material is provided below.

Eye Protection:
Chemical Goggles - If liquid contact is likely.

Skin Protection:
Use protective clothing which is chemically resistant to this material.  
Selection of protective clothing depends on potential exposure conditions and 
may include gloves, boots, suits and other items.  The selection(s) should 
take into account such factors as job task, type of exposure and durability 
requirements.

Published literature, test data and/or glove and clothing manufacturers 
indicate the best protection is provided by:
Neoprene, or Nitrile Rubber, or Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA)

Respiratory Protection:
If engineering controls do not maintain airborne concentrations to a level 
which is adequate to protect worker health, an approved respirator must be 
worn.  Respirator selection, use and maintenance should be in accordance with 
the requirements of the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard, 29 CFR 1910.134.

Types of respirator(s) to be considered in the selection process include:
Supplied-Air Respirator.  Air-Purifying Respirator for Organic Vapors.  
Self-contained breathing apparatus for use in environments with unknown 
concentrations or emergency situations.


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SECTION 9	PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

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Appearance & Odor:  Bronze color, clear & bright liquid. Hydrocarbon odor.
Substance Chemical Family:  Hydrocarbon
Appearance:   Bronze color, clear & bright liquid.

Flammability in Air:   1.3 - 7.6

Flash Point:   -40 F [Tagliabue Closed Cup]

Freezing Point:   -72 F

Solubility (in Water):   Negligible

Specific Gravity:   0.72 - 0.76

Stability:   Stable

Vapor Density:   3.5

Vapor Pressure:   7 - 14.5 [Reid]

Viscosity:  < 1.4 cSt Typical @ 100 F

Volatility:   100 %weight


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SECTION 10	REACTIVITY AND STABILITY

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Stability:
Material is stable under normal conditions.

Conditions to Avoid:
Avoid heat, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources.

Materials to Avoid:
Avoid contact with strong oxidizing agents.

Hazardous Decomposition Products:
Thermal decomposition products are highly dependent on combustion conditions.  
A complex mixture of airborne solids, liquids and gases will evolve when this 
material undergoes pyrolysis or combustion.  Aldehydes, Carbon Monoxide, 
Carbon Dioxide, Peroxide
and other unidentified organic compounds may be formed upon combustion.


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SECTION 11	TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

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Acute Toxicity
  Dermal LD50  >2 g/kg(Rabbit)   OSHA: Non-Toxic  Based on similar material(s)
  Eye Irritation  Moderate to Severe Irritation [Human]   OSHA: Irritating  
Based on similar material(s)
  Oral LD50  >5 g/kg(Rat)   OSHA: Non-Toxic  Based on similar material(s)
  Skin Irritation  0.98 [Rabbit, 24 hour(s)]   OSHA: Irritating  Based on 
similar material(s)

Carcinogenicity:
Gasoline has been tested by API in a long-term inhalation test in mice and 
rats.   There was an increased incidence of liver cancer in female mice.  Male 
rats had a dose related increase in kidney tumors.  This effect was due to 
formation of alpha-2u-globulin in the rats.  This material is not formed in 
humans and is therefore not considered relevant.

Carcinogenicity Classification
Gasoline
   NTP: No  IARC: Possible Carcinogen (2B)  ACGIH: A3  OSHA: Yes
Benzene
   NTP: Yes  IARC: Carcinogen (1)  ACGIH: A1  OSHA: Yes
Ethyl Benzene
   NTP: No  IARC: Possible Carcinogen (2B)  ACGIH: A3  OSHA: No
Naphthalene
   NTP: Yes  IARC: Possible Carcinogen (2B)  ACGIH: A4  OSHA: No
Styrene
   NTP: No  IARC: Possible Carcinogen (2B)  ACGIH: A4  OSHA: No
Toluene
   NTP: No  IARC: Not Classifiable (3)  ACGIH: A4  OSHA: No
Carcinogenicity
Chronic inhalation of wholly vaporized gasoline produced kidney tumors in male 
rats and liver tumors in female mice. The kidney tumors have been shown to 
develop through a unique mechanism involving Alpha-2u globulin. This protein 
is not present in humans making the kidney tumors irrelevant to potential 
human health risks. Origin of the female mouse liver tumors is less 
understood, leaving their significance for human risks uncertain. Prolonged 
and repeated exposure to high concentrations (10s to 100s ppm) of benzene may 
cause serious injury to blood-forming organs, is associated with anemia 
(depletion of blood cells) and is linked to the later development of acute 
myelogenous leukemia (AML) in humans.  A recent chronic bioassay of 
ethylbenzene by the NTP produced clear evidence of carcinogenicity in male 
rats based on kidney tumor increase. Other animal tumors possibly associated 
with ethylbenzene include testicular adenomas in male rats, kidney tumors in 
female rats, lung tumors in male mice and liver tumors in female mice.  
Toluene is not known to be mutagenic or carcinogenic although available human 
and experimental animal data are limited and insufficient to assess 
carcinogenic potential. A two-year inhalation study in rats found that 
naphthalene caused tumors in the lining of the nose (olfactory epithelial 
neuroblastoma) and respiratory tract (respiratory epithelial adenoma) of both 
male and female animals.  There is also limited evidence of carcinogenic 
effects in female mice in a similar study.

Cardiovascular System
While there is no evidence that workplace exposure to acceptable levels of 
toluene vapors (e.g., the TLV) have produced cardiac effects in humans, high 
concentrations may cause cardiac sensitization and sudden lethality has been 
reported from habitual sniffing of solvents or glue. Animal studies have 
confirmed the sensitizing effects. Sensitization may lead to fatal changes in 
heart rhythms. Hypoxia or injection of adrenalin-like agents may enhance this 
effect. Thickening of heart blood vessels has been reported in animals exposed 
to xylene.

Developmental Toxicity
Daily exposure of pregnant rats to unleaded gasoline vapor at concentrations 
up to 9000 ppm resulted in no detectable maternal or developmental toxicity. 
Numerous studies of benzene in experimental animals have failed to detect 
teratogenic effects (birth defects) even at doses of benzene toxic to the 
mothers.  There is some evidence of fetal toxicity, but not malformations, in 
mice and rabbits exposed to 500 ppm and higher concentrations of benzene vapor 
during gestation. Ethylbenzene caused birth defects in rats but not rabbits at 
doses that produced toxic effects in the mothers. n-Hexane produced fetal 
toxicity, reduced fetal weight, in mice at maternally toxic doses. 
Developmental toxicity studies of  xylenes showed embryolethal/toxic and 
teratogenic effects with maternal toxicity.  Many case studies involving abuse 
during pregnancy implicate toluene as a developmental toxicant.  Studies in 
laboratory animals have shown developmental effects comparable to those 
reported in humans, but the effects were generally associated with maternal 
toxicity. Ethanol ingestion during pregnancy has been reported to cause birth 
defects in some infants.

Genotoxicity
Unleaded gasoline was tested for genetic activity in tests using microbial 
cells, cultured mammalian cells and rats (bone marrow) and was judged to be 
negative in every case. Benzene has been shown to be non-mutagenic or weakly 
mutagenic in a variety of in vitro (test tube) systems. It has, however, been 
found to cause other types of chromosome damage (micronuclei, chromosome 
breakage, non-dysjunctional events) in both laboratory animals and workers 
exposed to high doses of benzene.  These effects appear to be related to one 
or more metabolites of benzene, possibly acting in combination.   Benzene 
metabolites can also bind to proteins forming detectable complexes (adducts).  
There is limited evidence of binding to the genetic material (DNA) itself.  
The relationship of these effects to the causation of leukemia or tumors in 
experimental animals is unknown. Changes in chromosomes of lymphocytes have 
been identified in some studies of humans exposed to styrene. The significance 
of these changes is not known, and other such studies have produced negative 
results. Chromosomal breaks have been reported in the bone marrow cells of 
rats exposed to styrene by inhalation along with increased frequency of sister 
chromatid exchanges in alveolar macrophages, bone marrow cells and 
regenerating liver cells. Ethylbenzene was not mutagenic in a number of in 
vitro procedures. Naphthalene was non-mutagenic using in vitro (test tube) 
evaluations, specifically Ames and rat embryo cell transformation assays. 
Cyclohexane and pseudocumene were also negative in Ames testing. Toluene was 
negative in the Ames assay and negative for chromosomal aberrations and 
sister-chromatid exchanges in human lymphocytes and in an in vitro test using 
hamster cells. Mouse lymphoma test results for toluene were inconclusive.

Blood/Blood Forming Organs
Prolonged and repeated exposure to high concentrations (10s to 100s ppm) of 
benzene may cause serious injury to blood-forming organs and is associated 
with anemia (depletion of blood cells).  Repeated exposure of rabbits to high 
cyclohexane vapor concentrations causes a slight increase in blood clotting 
time. Blood effects were seen in rats following prolonged and repeated oral 
exposure to a mixture of xylenes containing ethylbenzene.

Immunotoxicity
Various studies of workers exposed to high levels of benzene have found 
impairment of both humoral (antibody) and cellular immunity, most notably a 
decrease in levels of circulating leukocytes. Many of these exposures also 
involve other solvents and chemicals. Animal studies with high benzene doses 
have reported similar effects.

Kidney
Long-term inhalation of wholly vaporized gasoline caused increased kidney 
weight and progressive nephropathy (tissue damage) in male rats.  In rats 
exposed orally to a xylene mixture also containing ethylbenzene, males 
developed hyaline droplet changes and females showed evidence of early chronic 
nephropathy.   Intentional abuse of toluene vapors by 'glue-sniffers' has been 
associated with damage to the kidneys.

Liver
Inhalation of gasoline vapor increased liver weights, urinary excretion of 
ascorbic acid, and hepatic enzyme activity in male rats. Liver weight 
increases were seen in rats dosed orally for 90 days with a xylene mixture 
also containing ethylbenzene.  Reversible liver damage has been reported in 
persons exposed to toluene by solvent abuse. Prolonged and repeated 
consumption of ethanol has been shown to cause liver damage in animals and 
cirrhosis in humans.

Neurotoxicity
Inhalation exposure to high n-hexane concentrations has resulted in peripheral 
neuropathy in rodents and also in human workers. Rats receiving prolonged and 
repeated exposure to high doses of xylene have shown hearing loss. Prolonged 
and repeated exposures to high toluene concentrations (mixed solvent) have 
resulted in hearing loss in laboratory animals. There have also been reports 
of hearing damage in humans overexposed to toluene and other solvents, 
however, these effects and their possible relationship to noise exposure 
remain uncertain. Intentional inhalation ('glue-sniffing') and resulting 
overexposure to toluene vapors has been linked to brain injury. Rats exposed 
repeatedly to high concentrations of  styrene vapor also developed hearing 
deficits.

Reproductive Toxicity
Inhalation of high n-hexane concentrations resulted in testicular and 
epididymal lesions in laboratory animals. Animal studies on benzene have shown 
testicular effects and alteration in reproductive cycles.

Sensitization
Gasoline and component petroleum streams blended to produce it were tested in 
animal studies and found not to cause skin sensitization.

Systemic Toxicity
Studies on n-hexane in laboratory animals have shown mild, transitory effects 
on the spleen and blood (white blood cells) and evidence of nasal tract and 
lung damage. Chronic exposure to vapors of a mixture containing 50% 
pseudocumene (and possibly contaminated with benzene) caused decreased weight 
gain and blood changes (lymphopenia and neutrophilia), liver, lung, spleen, 
kidney, and bone marrow effects in rats. Microscopic changes in the lung, 
including congestion, hemorrhage, edema, exudation, and leukocyte infiltration 
were observed in rats and guinea pigs following acute inhalation of styrene. 
In fatally exposed animals, pulmonary congestion, edema, and necrosis of the 
kidney and liver were reported. Repeated exposure to high vapor concentrations 
of cyclohexane caused minor microscopic liver and kidney changes in rabbits. 
Laboratory animals exposed to prolonged and repeated doses of xylenes by 
various routes have shown effects in liver, kidneys, lungs, spleen, heart, 
blood and adrenals. Persons on disulfiram (Antabuse(R)) therapy should be 
aware that the ethyl alcohol in this product is hazardous to them just as is 
alcohol from any source. Disulfiram reactions (vomiting, headache and even 
collapse) may follow ingestion of small amounts of alcohol and have also been 
described from skin contact.

 


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SECTION 12	ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

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Environmental Impact Summary:
There is no ecological data available for this product.


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SECTION 13	DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

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RCRA Information:

Under RCRA, it is the responsibility of the user of the material to determine, 
at the time of the disposal, whether the material meets RCRA criteria for 
hazardous waste.  This is because material uses, transformations, mixtures, 
processes, etc. may affect the classification.  Refer to the latest EPA, state 
and local regulations regarding proper disposal.


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SECTION 14	TRANSPORT INFORMATION

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US Department of Transportation Classification


Proper Shipping Name:  Gasohol
Identification Number:  NA1203
Hazard Class/Division:  3 (Flammable Liquid)
Packing Group:  II
Marine Pollutant % of Total:  100 %weight
Marine Pollutant:  Marine Polluntant based on the presence of >10% 
hydrocarbons listed in 49 CFR 172.101, appendix B; main constituents 
Trimethylbenzene and Naphthalene.
Oil:  This product is an oil under 49CFR (DOT) Part 130. If shipped by rail or 
highway in a tank with a capacity of 3500 gallons or more, it is subject to 
these requirements.  Mixtures or solutions containing 10% or more of this 
product may also be subject to this rule.  Per 49 CFR 130.5, containers of 
3500 gallon capacity or greater transported by road or rail are excepted from 
49 CFR 172.303(L)(2) if shipping papers contain the word 'OIL'; exceptions are 
not applicable to shipments by water.
Emergency Response Guide #  128

International Air Transport Association

Hazard Class/Division:  3 (Flammable Liquid)
Identification Number: NA1203
Packing Group:  II
Proper Shipping Name:  Gasohol

International Maritime Organization Classification

Hazard Class/Division:  3 (Flammable Liquid)
Identification Number: NA1203
Packing Group:  II
Proper Shipping Name:  Gasohol


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SECTION 15	REGULATORY INFORMATION

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FEDERAL REGULATORY STATUS

OSHA  Classification:
Product is hazardous according to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 29 
CFR 1910.1200.
Comprehensive Environmental Release, Compensation & Liability Act (CERCLA):
Benzene                       RQ 10 lbs  Reportable Spill =>  205 lbs or 34 
gal 

Ozone Depleting Substances (40 CFR 82 Clean Air Act):
This material does not contain nor was it directly manufactured with any Class 
I or Class II ozone depleting substances.

Superfund Amendment & Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III:

There are no components in this product on the SARA 302 list.

SARA Hazard Categories (311/312):
Immediate Health:YES   Delayed Health:YES   Fire:YES   Pressure:NO   
Reactivity:NO 

SARA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) (313):
Xylene (mixed isomers), 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene, Toluene, Naphthalene, 
N-Hexane, Ethylbenzene, Cyclohexane, Benzene, Styrene


Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Status:
All component(s) of this material is(are) listed on the EPA/TSCA Inventory of 
Chemical Substances.

This product may be subject to export notification under TSCA Section 12(b);  
Contains: Cyclohexane

Other Chemical Inventories:
 Australian AICS,  Canadian DSL,  Chinese Inventory,  European EINECS,  Japan 
ENCS,  Korean Inventory,  Philippines PICCS,

State Regulation
The following chemicals are specifically listed by individual states; other 
product specific health and safety data in other sections of the MSDS may also 
be applicable for state requirements.  For details on your regulatory 
requirements you should contact the appropriate agency in your state.

California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act (Proposition 65).

WARNING: This product contains a chemical(s) known to the State of California 
to cause cancer.

WARNING: This product contains a chemical(s) known to the State of California 
to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.


New Jersey Right-To-Know Chemical List:
Benzene (71-43-2)  0 -  3.99   %volume  Carcinogen 
Benzene (71-43-2)  0 -  3.99   %volume  Mutagen 
Benzene, Methyl- (108-88-3)  0 -  24.99   %volume   
Cyclohexane (110-82-7)  0 -  0.99   %volume   
Ethanol (64-17-5)  5 -  9.99   %volume   
Ethylbenzene (0851)  0 -  4.49   %volume   
Naphthalene (1322)  0 -  0.99   %volume   
Styrene (100-42-5)  0 -  0.99   %volume  Mutagen 
Xylenes (1330-20-7)  0 -  24.99   %volume   

Pennsylvania Right-To-Know Chemical List:
Benzene (71-43-2)  0 -  3.99   %volume  Spec Haz Sub/Env Hazardous 
Benzene, dimethyl- (1330-20-7)  0 -  24.99   %volume  Environmental Hazard 
Benzene, ethenyl (100-42-5)  0 -  0.99   %volume  Environmental Hazard 
Benzene, Ethyl- (100-41-4)  0 -  4.49   %volume  Environmental Hazard 
Benzene, Methyl- (108-88-3)  0 -  24.99   %volume  Environmental Hazard 
Cyclohexane (110-82-7)  0 -  0.99   %volume  Environmental Hazard 
Ethanol (64-17-5)  5 -  9.99   %volume   
Naphthalene (91-20-3)  0 -  0.99   %volume  Environmental Hazard 


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SECTION 16	OTHER INFORMATION

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Revision#: 0
Revision Date: 03/05/2003
Revisions since last change (discussion): This Material Safety Data Sheet 
(MSDS) has been newly created to fully comply with the guidance contained in 
the ANSI MSDS standard (ANSI Z400.1-1998).  We encourage you to take the 
opportunity to read the MSDS and review the information contained therein.


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SECTION 17	LABEL INFORMATION

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READ AND UNDERSTAND MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET BEFORE HANDLING OR DISPOSING OF 
PRODUCT.  THIS LABEL COMPLIES WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE OSHA HAZARD 
COMMUNICATION STANDARD (29 CFR 1910.1200) FOR USE IN THE WORKPLACE. THIS LABEL 
IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED WITH PACKAGING INTENDED FOR SALE TO CONSUMERS AND 
MAY NOT CONFORM WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY ACT OR 
OTHER RELATED REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS.

PRODUCT CODE(S):    00376, 00379, 00385, 00386, 00387, 00388, 00458, 00479, 
00485, 00486, 00488, 00495, 00498, 00504, 00531, 00545, 03783, 03784, 03785, 
03787, 03788, 03789, 26766

TX Conventional Gasoline with EtOH

DANGER!

EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE.  VAPORS MAY EXPLODE.  MAY BE FATAL IF INHALED.  
OVEREXPOSURE TO VAPORS CAN CAUSE CNS DEPRESSION.  MAY CAUSE SKIN AND EYE 
IRRITATION.  ASPIRATION HAZARD IF SWALLOWED - CAN ENTER LUNGS AND CAUSE 
DAMAGE.  CONTAINS BENZENE WHICH IS A CANCER HAZARD - LINKED TO DEVELOPMENT OF 
ACUTE MYELOGENOUS LEUKEMIA.  LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO GASOLINE VAPORS HAS CAUSED 
CANCER IN LABORATORY ANIMALS.  PROLONGED OR REPEATED SKIN CONTACT MAY CAUSE 
OIL ACNE OR DERMATITIS.

MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO:  Cardiovascular System, Blood/Blood Forming Organs, 
Kidney, Liver

Refer to Section 11, Toxicological Information, for specific information on 
the following effects:
Developmental Toxicity, Genotoxicity, Immunotoxicity, Reproductive Toxicity


Precautionary Measures:   
Avoid heat, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources.  Avoid  breathing 
of vapors, fumes, or mist.  Do not take internally.  Use only with adequate 
ventilation.  Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing.  Keep container 
closed when not in use.  Wash thoroughly after handling.

FIRST AID

Inhalation:  Move victim to fresh air and provide oxygen if breathing is 
difficult.  Get medical attention.  If the victim has difficulty breathing or 
tightness of the chest, is dizzy, vomiting or unresponsive, give 100% oxygen 
with rescue breathing or CPR as required and transport to the nearest medical 
facility.
Skin Contact:  Remove contaminated clothing.  Flush with large amounts of 
water for at least 15 minutes and follow by washing with soap if available.  
If redness, swelling, pain and/or blisters occur, transport to the nearest 
medical facility for additional treatment.
Eye Contact:  Flush eyes with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes.  
If redness, burning, blurred vision or swelling persist, transport to nearest 
medical facility for additional treatment.
Ingestion:  DO NOT take internally.    Do NOT induce vomiting.  If vomiting 
occurs spontaneously, keep head below hips to prevent aspiration of liquid 
into lungs.  Get medical attention.  If vomiting occurs spontaneously, keep 
head below hips to prevent aspiration.  Have victim rinse mouth out with 
water, then drink sips of water to remove taste from mouth.  In general no 
treatment is necessary unless large quantities are swallowed, however, get 
medical advice.

FIRE

In case of fire,   Use water fog, foam, dry chemical or carbon dioxide (CO2) 
to extinguish flames.  Do not use a direct stream of water.    Material will 
float and can be re-ignited on surface of water.

SPILL OR LEAK
Dike and contain spill.
FOR LARGE SPILLS: Remove with vacuum truck or pump to storage/salvage vessels.

FOR SMALL SPILLS:  Soak up residue with an absorbent such as clay, sand or 
other suitable material.  Place in non-leaking container and seal tightly for 
proper disposal.

CONTAINS: Miscellaneous Hydrocarbons, Mixture; Xylene, mixed isomers, 
1330-20-7; Toluene, 108-88-3; Ethanol, 64-17-5; 1,2,4-Trimethyl Benzene 
(Pseudocumene), 95-63-6; Benzene, 71-43-2; Ethyl Benzene, 100-41-4; Hexane, 
110-54-3; Cyclohexane, 110-82-7; Styrene, 100-42-5; Naphthalene, 91-20-3

NFPA Rating (Health, Fire, Reactivity): 1, 3, 0

TRANSPORTATION
US Department of Transportation Classification


Proper Shipping Name:  Gasohol
Identification Number:  NA1203
Hazard Class/Division:  3 (Flammable Liquid)
Packing Group:  II
Marine Pollutant % of Total:  100 %weight
Marine Pollutant:  Marine Polluntant based on the presence of >10% 
hydrocarbons listed in 49 CFR 172.101, appendix B; main constituents 
Trimethylbenzene and Naphthalene.
Oil:  This product is an oil under 49CFR (DOT) Part 130. If shipped by rail or 
highway in a tank with a capacity of 3500 gallons or more, it is subject to 
these requirements.  Mixtures or solutions containing 10% or more of this 
product may also be subject to this rule.  Per 49 CFR 130.5, containers of 
3500 gallon capacity or greater transported by road or rail are excepted from 
49 CFR 172.303(L)(2) if shipping papers contain the word 'OIL'; exceptions are 
not applicable to shipments by water.
Emergency Response Guide #  128

CAUTION:   Misuse of empty containers can be hazardous.  Empty containers can 
be hazardous if used to store toxic, flammable, or reactive materials.  
Cutting or welding of empty containers might cause fire, explosion or toxic 
fumes from residues.  Do not pressurize or expose to open flames or heat.  
Keep container closed and drum bungs in place.

Name and Address 
          Motiva Enterprises LLC
          P.O. Box 4540
          Houston, TX  77210-4540

TRANSPORTATION EMERGENCY	

HEALTH EMERGENCY		

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
MANUFACTURER ADDRESS:    Motiva Enterprises LLC, P.O. Box 4540, Houston, TX.  
77210-4540
Company Product Stewardship & Regulatory Compliance Contact: David  Snyder
Phone Number:   (281) 874-7728

THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DATA SHEET IS BASED ON THE DATA AVAILABLE TO 
US AT THIS TIME, AND IS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE BASED UPON THAT : IT IS 
PROVIDED INDEPENDENTLY OF ANY SALE OF THE PRODUCT, FOR PURPOSE OF HAZARD 
COMMUNICATION. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO CONSTITUTE PRODUCT PERFORMANCE 
INFORMATION, AND NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF ANY KIND IS MADE WITH 
RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT, UNDERLYING DATA OR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. 
YOU ARE URGED TO OBTAIN DATA SHEETS FOR ALL PRODUCTS YOU BUY, PROCESS, USE OR 
DISTRIBUTE, AND ARE ENCOURAGED TO ADVISE THOSE WHO MAY COME IN CONTACT WITH 
SUCH PRODUCTS OF THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. 

TO DETERMINE THE APPLICABILITY OR EFFECT OF ANY LAW OR REGULATION WITH RESPECT 
TO THE PRODUCT, YOU SHOULD CONSULT WITH YOUR LEGAL ADVISOR OR THE APPROPRIATE 
GOVERNMENT AGENCY. WE WILL NOT PROVIDE ADVICE ON SUCH MATTERS, OR BE 
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURY FROM THE USE OF THE PRODUCT DESCRIBED HEREIN. THE 
UNDERLYING DATA, AND THE INFORMATION PROVIDED HEREIN AS A RESULT OF THAT DATA, 
IS THE PROPERTY OF EQUIVA SERVICES LLC AND IS NOT TO BE THE SUBJECT OF SALE OR 
EXCHANGE WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF EQUIVA SERVICES LLC.



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